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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 February 1895

THE MANNIG TIMES1 Wednesday, January 30, 1895. IF YOU'LL LET US We Will Save You .Money e 1-lour, Su% gar, Cnffee, and Riice, and Anything in the Grocery Line. We have just received a large lot of Old Tray plug tobacco, the best and eheapest tobacco that can be sold for 5e;-per plug or 25c. per pound. <When you want a very cheap and stylish gents' hat for yourself or a nice fashionable cap for a little boy o girl, be sure to give us a call, as we have a very attractive line at prfces so low that it will astonish you if yo' come with the cash. :hen you want fresh garden seeds of any k'nd, irish potato seed, or on ion sets, be sure to give us a call as we have a lot of new seeds on hand. - REmember that we keep a nice lot of shoes on hand, and we wish to im press it on your minds that we sell them cheap for the cash. Yours truly, W. E. JENKI.NsoN. Your Name iW Prat. .--olicitor John s. Wilson it now attend 14g court at Florence. ..Mrs. C. F. zansbu -y and her two chil dren returned...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 February 1895

POINTS OF COMPASS. REV. DR. TALMAGE AT THE NEW YORK ACADEMY CF MUSIC. He I'reaches- a 15nrely (ospel sermon Abounding in infornaIltion and Fall of Eloquent Logie- A Few Renarks About Political Reform. NEW YoRK, Jan. 20.-The hearty welcome accorded to Dr. Talmage at the Academy of Music, New York, Sunday before last, on the occasion of the eminent divine's introduction to the metropolitan pulpit, was addition ally emphasized by the'ininiense throng that greeted him this afternoon, ana which filled every seat from orchestra to top gallery. *'he singing was led by Professor Ali's cornet, and the ser vices opened at precisely 4 o'clock with the singing of the long meter Doxol ogy. The subject of Dr. Talmage's discourse was "Points of Compass" and the text Luke xiii, 29, "They shall come from the east, and from the west. and from the north, and the south, and shall sit down." The man who wr,,e this was at one time a practicing physician. at another time a talented painter, at another tim...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 February 1895

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6% 1895. NO. 28. TOBACCO CULTURE. rTREATISE ON RASINGTHE WEED BY MR. F. M. ROGERR, JR. Reproduced In The State For the Public's 'Benefit-How to Plant. Raise, Cure and Sell Tobacco in This State. . COLrIBIA, S. C.; Feb. 1. -In view of the growing interest in tobacco cul ture in Sbuth Carolina, The State for the benefit of its readers and the pub lic generi4lv. printed yesterday, with the permission-of Mr. Rogers. o -Flor ence, S. C., his valuable treatise-n the culture of the weed in this section. - PREPARING PLANr BEI. *.Se lect a spot with southern or eas tminexposure, neither very shady nor tod:~siff End-cold. Locale nearza stream 6f Water-'nd it this cannot be coniven iently ddiie..dig a well near by so that an ample supply of water can be had when the time arrives to force the CgIvth of the young plants. The place tenchosen, if origmal growth, pro -eed to cut off even with the roiid .allushes and:weeds. After removing -all heavv rubbis...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 February 1895

THMEWNING TIMES. e LOUIS APELT, Editor. Wednesday, February 6, 1S95. The State Democratic Executive Committee at its meeting last night ordered a primary for the nomina tion of delegates to the constitutional convention. The Piedmont Headlight is again pitching into McLaurin and as usual it deals in hatch up rumors. In its last issue it publishes the following item: It is said that McLaurin,Shell, Gonzales and A. B. Williams were in the conference which first concocted that peace and unity call, and several guilelesq and good-natured reformers were entrapped into signing the paper. No wonder the committee has already dwindled down to thirteen." Gantt is awlfully afraid that Mc Lauria won't give Senator Irby a chance to "wear his suit of clothes two seasons" as the Senator brag gingly said he would do when told that he would have opposition in 1896, and McLaurin being regarded by the people as an available man to succeed the Senator, Larry wants to get up the impression that Mc Lauri...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 February 1895

THE YANN-G TIES. Wednesday, February 6, 1895. SMA LL ITEMS MAKES.LARtE ONES. Some Prices on Small Articles Which Means Money SaTed in Your Pockets iflou Will Come to Us With the Cash. 5 dozen as good curry combs as you would wish to handle for only 5cts. each, worth 10 cents. 12 dozen table knives and forks .at only 50 cents a set, worth 75 cents. 12 dozen nise heavy plated tea spoons at only 15 cents a set, worth 25 cents. 12 dozen large heavy plated tab'e spoons at only 25 cents a set, wor,. 50 cents-friends those spoons are barzains; if you come and see them you will be sure to buy. The tramps terror, a strong, well made padlock that will sell as long as locks are sold, only 15 cents, 2 for 25 cents. A lot of nice little hand vices only 15 certa each. .24 sets nice glass dessert sets only 25 eents set. Ladies come and see these nice sets and you will be sure to buy. 24 large j gallon glass water pitch ers 20 cents each. When you want any of Old Tray plug tobacco at 5 cents per pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 February 1895

CHURCH AND STATE. POPE LEO OBJECTS TO THEiR BE!NG SEPARATE IN AMER!CA. Au Encyclieal that will !ot Comen hi Holiness to the I.over. of o iio erty in the Uinitec Statev. WASINOTO'. Fe. p.-The text of the encvelical of. Pope Leo to the Church in America is given to the public. It is a docuineit of about six thousand words in len-:th and opens as follows: To our Venerable Brethren. the Archbishops and Bishops of the Unit ed States of North America, Leo XLII, Pope-Venerable Brethren. Health and Apostolic Benediction: We tra verse m spirit and thought the wide expa-ise of ocean. and, although we have at other times addressed vou in writing-chiefly when we directed en cyclical letters to the Bishops of the Catholic world-vet, have we now re solved to speak 'to you separately, trusting that we shall be, God willing, of some assistance to the Catholic cause amongst you. To this we apply ourself with the utmost zeal and care beeause we highly esteem and love ex -ceedingly the young -and vigo...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 February 1895

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WFDNESDAY,_FEBRUARY 13 .O PLANS OF THE ENE1 THE REPUBLICAN PROGRAMME NOW DECLARED. An Acknowledgement of Whito Suprem acy-Down With Democracy---The Ad dress to the People of the State. COLUMBIA, S. C., Feb. 7.-Special: The Republican convention which finished its work this morning was in somethings very similar to its many predecessors in this State. Of course a new set of delegates appeared. There are few of the old leaders left now. But most of these were here-Brayton of Columbia. Shrewsbury of Chester field, Fred Nix of Barnwell, Fordham o' Orangeburg. Among the accessions since 1876 were present Dr. Clayton and Mr. Melton of Columbia, and Russell of Anderson. B. 0. Dun can also took a hand. There was lots of speech-making the burden of the talk being an ac knowledgement (for present purposes at least) of white supremacy, and a wish for the protection of the colored muan's right to vote. The organization was effected with little trouble. E. M. Brayton was ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 February 1895

THE MANNING TIMESD LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, February 13, 1895. Governor Evans is to be married so report says on the 28th inst. Harrah for him and we hope, if be has troubles at all, that they will be little ones. The long lost steamship La Gas cogne which sailed from Havre on the 26th of last January and was thought to be lost, from the fact that she was eight days over-due, arrived safely in New York last Monday night. She had encountered several terrific gales and passed through a most severe ordeal but come out with damage to her machinery only. if the people follow the advice of Senator-elect B. R. Tiliman the con stitutional convention will not be troubled !with scheming politicians, but that body will be made up of men who have the welfare of the country at heart and will give us a constitution that our children will not blush to read and study. Till man was the first to say "let the con vention be made up of the best men regardless of factional affiliations." Those w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 February 1895

TEMANING TMES. Wednesday, February 13, 1S95. CHEAP HAT%. A Nie:and Fashionable Line of Gents' and Boys' Hats, Very Cheap. 15 doz. gents' and boys' caps at on ly 15 and 25 cents each. 5 doz. gents' black felt hats, something new and stylish, only $1.00, worth $1.50. Gents, if you want a cheap hat, now is the time to'get abargain. 1,500 yds. check homespun at only 4t per yard. A very nice line of dress ginghams and outings closing out at 6 and 8 cents per yard. If you want first-class groceries very cheap, be sure to give us a'call. A nice lot dried apples at only 10-. per lb. jDon't forget that we keep a nice line plug tobacco on hand, at very low prices. A nice lot of fresh garden seeds, irish potatoes and onion sets on hand very cheap for the cash. Remember that we keep a full line of all kinds of school books and can furnish them cheaper than any house in the country. Yours truh-. W.-E. JENKINSON. Manning Baptist Church Directory. Preaching every Sunday, at 11 a. m. Sunday school ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 February 1895

OUR FINAN 1AT SYSTEM. COL. YouM-%NS OELVE: DEEPER INTO ben. To the di~tr of The State-in my last article it w s 1y urpose to show that the divergee in the bullion val ue of the silve r .ndte gold unit was not (as vou say) due :o a drop in sil ver. but to a rise in gold. BY conp'r ing the two i-tr dcty one with the other. we CanIot t el whih metal is chaningin - l 'he 11mation may' be compared to a dp where ther'e are two trains. one of which s in mo tion: a passenger may be sitnig in one of these trains looking directly at the other, he cannot tell which tramn is moving: but by withdrawin' his gaze from the other trai( dbserv ing the surrounding objects. le can very readily ascertain whic'h of the t wo is in motion-so with gold and Suiver, we have to compare them witn other, values, and in doing so. wei wit rat silver has maintained a .mtorm ratio of value and general ipariv of neas urement in propity vaiues: while gold has more than d ubled its pur chasing power, measurimg more tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 February 1895

)LFEBRUARY 20MANN95 SAFETY OF A STEAMIER NEWS THAT BROUGHT TEARS OF.JOY TOTH E EYES OF MAMY. The Long Missing Steamship Arrives at Last The News Received at the Offices of the Company with the Greatest Ex citement. NEw YoRK, Feb. 15.-When the news reached this city last Tuesday morning that the La Gascogne, a large ocean steamer with some four hundred passengers aboard, which left Havre for this city over three weeks ago, and which was given up by many as lost, was sighted off the bar, there was the greatest excitement around the com pany's office, which was crowded -with anxious inquirers, who had relatives and friends on board the steamship. They had been standing around with pale faces, expecting at any moment to hear the worst. When the word came that the ship was safe for a moment stillness reign ed which was almost painful in its in tensiW. Agent Forget for a moment wa rendered speechless, which evi denced how anxiois he had been for the safety of La Gascoone. Then he lgained ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 February 1895

THE MNING TIMES. LOUJIS APiPELT, Editor. Wednesday, February 20, 1895. Congress is still busy keeping the country in suspense on the money question. It really seems that there is no hope of relief from our law makers. The Reform Advocate, of Florence, with Brother Clayton at the helm is out again and we wish it great suc cess. Clayton is a good writer and .his paper will be one of the best in the State. Another dispensary case has been started in the United States court. This one goes up from Charleston to determine the question as to the right of the State seizing liquor ship ped in from other States to persons who have it shipped to them for their personel use and not for sale. The political leaders of Charles ton are being roundly abused by the extreme newspapers of the State for expressing their willingness to act with the State Democratic committee. Charleston has seen the folly of fight ing the people of the State, and be cause she proposes to adopt a sensi ble course, and sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 February 1895

T.VIE MANNING TIMES$ Wednesday., IebruarT 20, 1S95. Bit BARGiAINS In Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, and Iardware. 5 doz. boys' caps, very neat, at only 15 cents each. We will furnish you as nice gents' felt hat as you would wish to wear for only $1.00. Call and see them. 1500 yards check homespun at only 4j cents per yard. 1000 yards Harvey brown home spun at only 4z cents per yard. Will close out a beautiful line of dress goods, outings and ginghams at prices so low that it will astonish you if you will come and look at the goods. We keep on hand a nice assortment of new garden seeds. We keep nothing but the best seed irish potatoes. Give us a call when you want them. When you want a barrel of flour, something good and cheap, give us a call and we will please you. A nice lot dried apples on hand, only 10 cents per pound. Fresh cheese and the best imported maccaroni always on hand. When you want first-class groceries of any kind, give us a call. Yours for the cash. W. E. JENKINS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 February 1895

T HE NE G Pa Prit I, t THEY FORM A CLSE AN TC12D OUGH PO L:T CAL N! T. N. Their Ox,'% en: i.:'i:a ' Account o their gro preach.s e organ ized tellsei\-t- ;:1k) u ion f- the urpose of gettin Lte l e ree s o: South Carolinacomp'aetly or* d. for the colingl ht on1 the ConStituuonal convention niauter..T -ate cont vention vesterdar was what *iav be termed a'athe gri'6F " poli'cal preach er isofar as plehes enter sto tu fight against .- ionventiol. The c(onvelltiol was ed in the Cavalry Baptist church and notwithstanding the deep snow and bitter cold weather something over 5-0 delegates were in attendance, representing most of the counties of the State. 3any letter.s were read from negro ministers in all sections of the State, expressing regret at their inability to attend, at the sane time stating that each was .in hearty sympathy and accord with the objects of the conventioii as set forth im the call. The convention was called to order by the Rev. E. I. Wil.oi and the pro ceedings were...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 March 1895

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C WEDNESDAY, ARPIL 3, 189. NO. .36. MEETING OF TE FORTY. THEY WILL CO-OPERATE WITH ALL WORKERS FOR PEACE. They Adopt an Addre-s Advising an Equal Division of the Delegates to the Consti tutional Convention. and Insisting Upon White Supremacy. COLMBIA. S. C., March 28.-The much-talked-of peace and unity con vention of the Forty was held -ester day, and peace and harmoiy were written all over both sides of the me nu card. It was the most novel gath ering in many respects ever seen in the State. At the same time, it was perhaps the most representativetaking it as a whole, that has been seen in South Carolina for the past five years. There were men gathered in the hall of the Houwz-, where the portrait of Ben Tillman,the.Moses of the farmers, who appeared in the political arena five years ago, looked down upon them, who represented every faction of white people in the Slate. They wei e gathered there in perfect good feeling, and were as harmonious as if nothing had e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 March 1895

THE KANNIG TIMS LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, April 3, 1895. The Peace Conference. The conference called by the OForty" from which the people were expecting something that would be hailed with much joy has come and gone. Their work will be seen on other pages. We cannot say that their action will bring about the de sired result, for the reason that the people, who are the final judges, have not yet had time to show how they will receive the recommendations of the conference. It was our privilege to be a mem ber of that body, and we have no hesitancy in saying that every mem ber of the conference was desirous for a cessation of strife. Some thought the best way to bring about harmony, was for an equal division of delegates to the constitutional con vention; otbers were of the opinion that it could not be accomplished in that way as an equal division was an impossibility. Those taking the lat ter view of the situation held that to ask for an equal division under exist ing condition...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 March 1895

THE. XMflG TIMS. Wednesday, April3, 1895. CASE BARGAINS. If You Want to Buy Dry Goods and Buy Them Cheap, Give Us a Call and We Wili Offer You Some Big Bargains in All linds of Domestic Dry Goods. 1,000 yards - Brown Homespun, on ly 4e. per yd. A beautiful line Shirting Prints, fast colors, only 5c. per yd. : A nice line Black Satines, 10, 124, and 15e. per yd.. A beautiful line of 36-inch-wide spring Cashmeres, 20e. per yd, a big bargai A large line of ladies', men's and children's hosiery at very low prices. When you want gents', ladies and children's shoes, give us a call. We will please you in style and prices. Table oil cloth, the best brand, warranted to stand, only 20e. yd. A beautiful line of gints' negligee shirts, from 3c. to 50e. each. A large line gents' heavy drill drawers, something good, only 25c. per pair. 300 lbs. evaporated apples, very nice quality, only 10c. per lb. Call and get them, they are going fast. The best butter only 27tc. per lb. When you want some good...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 March 1895

BY THE HOLY SPIUT. REV. DR. TALMAGE DISCOURSES ELO-;t QUENTLY ON TONGUES OF FIRE. They Who Have eced--'d the I" t Pr'v once i Their Ie:arts Are .:ifted Alove t Sorrow and ( 3tisort une--La!>urs of Noted NEW Yoli. MarchL 2.-Wi2n Dr. t Tahnage asened the platform of the Academy of Music this afternoon lie faced an audinuce quite as large asany -Mt that had asembied in the great build ing since the.se services began, while i several thousand others were outside I unable to secure seats or even standin I room. He took for his subject. "Tongues of Fire,' the text selected being Acts xix, 2, "H1ave ye received the Holy Ghost" The word g-host, which means a soul or spirit, has been degraded in common parlance. We talk of ghosts as bale- i ful and frightful and in a frivolous or superstitious way. But my text speaksI t of a ghost who is on.nipotent and di vine and everywhere present and min" tv-one times in the New Testament called the Holy Ghost. The only li:ne I ever heard this text pr...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 March 1895

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 185. NO. 32. GORMMWlS FUTILE FIGHT. TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUE OF TREAS URY CERTIFICATES. The Senate Indisposed to Prevent the Is sue of Bonds in that Way-The Silve: Question Will Not Dawn--Some Interest Ing Fsures. WAsHGTox, Feb. 27.-The Senat spent five hours today in debate ox the amendment to the suudry civi appropriation bill, reported from th< committee on appropriations, provid ing for an issue of $100,000,000 certifi cates of indebtedness, bearing 3 pei cent. interest, to meet the deficienciei in the treasury, and also requiring future issues of bonds to be offered t( the public for at least twenty days. Senator Gorman,Democratof Mfary land, who was recognized as the re sponible author of the amendment spoke for over an hour in advoedey o1 it, showing the probable needs of the treasury during the fiscal year, and declaring that the Secretary of the Treasury was entirely mistaken in hi estimates. The antagonists of the amendment were...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 March 1895

T X AN1fG TBESS LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, March 6, 1895. Congress has adjourned. Thanks, and it is to be hoped that another and a similar exhibition of ignorance and bull-headedness will never again be witnessed by the American peo ple. Our editorial columns are not as fall this week as usual on account of being crowded out by other matters, in fact we are forced to leave out communications, but they will appear next week. Let there be a rousing mass meet ing of white citizens in the court house on the 23d inst. Every sec tion of the county should be repre sented. Other counties have already selected representatives to attend the conference under the auspices of the "Forty" and Clarendon should do so also. Every Democrat who favors a non-factional constitutional conven tion should attend the mass meeting on Saturday 23d inst. The Charleston Sun does not seem to be willing to render to Casar the things that are Casars. It repro duces an extract from one of our editorials of la...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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